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Malaysia's success inspires envoy

A master builder in his coffee-rich homeland of Colombia,Fernando Marin Valenciahas completed what he considers his mostsignificant project yet - building a 'bridge ' between Bogota and Kuala Lumpur.

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Indon shocked to find wife half-nude and dead

An Indonesian permanent resident got a shock of his life when he found his wife dead with her neck tied to a banana tree with a rag at an oil palm plantation in Felda Cahaya Baru, Masai on Thursday.

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Centres to tackle social problems

Programmes to address social problems will be implemented once community service centres are established in high-risk areas nationwide by November.

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Traders to lose licence if they sell illegal VCDs

Licensed operators selling pirated and pornographic VCDs and DVDs may have their permits revoked if they continued with the illegal activity.

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Residents uneasy over ‘gold rush’

A 'GOLD rush' has been reported near a Felda scheme in Terengganu's Setiu district after local villagers spotted specks of the glittering mineral in nearby Sungai Siput some six months ago.

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Group tries to sabotage gathering with minister

CERTAIN parties tried to sabotage a gathering with leaders, which was attended by National Unity and Society Development Minister Datuk Dr Siti Zaharah Sulaiman, I>Berita Harian /I>reported.

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Nilai gearing up to be educational hub

BANDAR Baru Nilai is all set to be the educational hub for Malaysia and the region, said PK Resources Bhd executive chairman Tan Sri Dr Gan Kong Seng.

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PAS wants to discuss ban with Federal Govt

The PAS government wants a discussion with the Federal Government on what constitutes a public place in view of the ban on performances by women in public places in Terengganu, executive councillor Datuk Mustafa Ali said.

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Committee: Some in Felda scheme did not manage crops well

Stricter rules have been imposed on Felda settlers on their replanting programme after it was found that some farmers had reaped low harvest yields.

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Concern over safety of women in car parks

SEVERAL assemblymen voiced their concern over the safety of women who parked their cars in basement parking lots in view of the rape and murder of IT analyst Canny Ong.